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'Berga' Tells of Nazi Slave Camp, U.S. Captives

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'Berga' Tells of Nazi Slave Camp, U.S. Captives

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'Berga' Tells of Nazi Slave Camp, U.S. Captives

'Berga' Tells of Nazi Slave Camp, U.S. Captives

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During World War II, American soldiers suspected of being Jewish were captured by the Nazis and sent off to a German slave labor camp. Berga: Soldiers of Another War was the final project for famed documentarian Charles Guggenheim, who lost an Army buddy in the camp. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Grace Guggenheim about her late father's last film.

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